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THE NMICIIIGANDAL

DAILY

IPLOYS SQUJAD
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FRESH DENTS BEAT LITS
BY FIVE POINTS, 23 TO 18i

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WHEN YOU
EXPECT COMPANY

Three ilfferent Groups Arc,
Chance to Show AblI1 ty
onl Inner Defense

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Eii *Twnrs Forf'eit Gamine to IE'or-
esiers; But Two Tillts
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Coach ,Lundgren lined up

sci-c lji In an extremely closely contested

temorary infields yesterdayM after - game, thou £reshiian tooth-p~ullers came
noon and gave the boys who are toil- out on the long, end of a 23-18 score,
ing for positions on the inner ifese winning over the fresh lits, awhile the
a real workout., forest )-r.; were raised considerably on
Three different squads wer; shoved the percentage chart by having the
into servic. and-Lundgren stated that Lenior engineers mak-e them aa present
there was no particular significance of a game by the forfeit r,-(,I od.
attached to the order in which the Although having the jinx of luck in
inen appeared or to the combination their opponent-,' hands, the, yearling
with~ which they were performing. lits played a fast and pluckIygae
The first group saw most Of last forging ahead soon after beginning
year's All-Fresh infield, with "Morrie" the second half, only to be defeated
Dunne performing behind the plate. during the last few minutes of pla.
Wvlehmeyer was on first, l ialosky, As far as individual honors were coni-
at second, Walterhouse at short and corned for the densts, Hlanson andl Car-!
Baribeau at third. dinal broke about even, the f'ormer
The next group that appeared had making four field goals, and the l:tter
Newell on first, Smith on second, amassing a total of nine points to M
B~randell at short, Harley Warner at credit.. Cook, on the other team,waI
third and "Duke" Arentz behind the by far the star of the game. Although 1
plate. The final selection to appear hle made only six points durinrg the
consisted of Caswell at first, Eaton at contest, his handling of' the ball was
;second, Wvturster at short, and Reem 'remarkable.
at third with "Rummy" Roehrn catch-

You take stock of your resources and prepare everything in advance foar their proper enter-.
tainment, and if you have made no mistake, everything moves off. as it should, but-when
friends drop in unexpectedly, greet them with joy and call up No. 834

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R ELEA PLACE OF DISTINCTIVE SERVICE

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and then forget all about it until you wish them served.
The hostess who brings her friends to us saves money, and no end of trouble-she,
keeps herself fresh, and gets credit for knowing how to do things right.

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All three of these groups wre wvork-
ing well and the coach appeared sat-
isfied. The catchers all looked good,
and the race ,tor the position of first
string back stop promises to be a
swarm one. "Dolly" Gray was out yes-
terday and hiewill assist Cpoach Lund-
gren with the battery men. -Michigan
lost heavily by graduation in this
department and Gray's effort should
assist materially.
FAR RELL PLEASED) WITH WORK
OF ALL-F11RES11 INDOOR SQUJAD
Detroit Gymnasluni Offers Han diaps
to er mbers of Visiting
Teams

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Coach Farrell yesterday expressed.
\himself as much pleased with the,.
showing of the All-Fresh track team
itheir meet with the Detroit "Y"
'aturday. He considered their feat
of holding the east-state veterans to
a nine-point victory a remarkable one
'Twhen the disadvantages attendant upon
a stranf e gym are considered.
T~he association gym has many pe-
euI,,iarities which tend to work' against
x 'visitling team. In the first place,
the treack. is very small and 'steeply,
ba.nked, a, veritable tea-cup. The small-
nc of the floor also bothered Wong
an4 Onorato, the freshman pole vault-
er~ who were used to a longer run
before vaulting.
The dash runway is only '25 yards
long, mnaking it almost imperative that
a. sprinter get the jump on his oppo-
nents ini ordler to win. This particu-
lar featunre nearly proved a boomerang
to the "Y" hopes, as Robinson is a
notoriously slow starter, while Parks
the fiealman sprinter, is extremely
fast at the get-away.
U'tah in Bas~ketball Championship
Chicago, Aar. 20-The University
of Utah won first honors in the. Na-
tional A. A. TT. basketball tournament
held here last week, thereby securing
for themselves the title of national
champions. Seconid place was wron
by the Illinois A. C. of this city and
third wvent to the, Olympic club of San:
)+rncsu last year's champions. The
final game between the Utah boy's
and the L. A. C. ifa, a whirlwind, the
westerners winning out by that nar-
Somargin of ono po)int.
Decides P&aehtc Pokr Cbawl) ionshai
San Diego, Cal., Mlar. 20.-The Cor-
onado Country club Lour won the Pa-
cific Coast junior polo championship
for 1916 by defeating the Riverside~
four by a score of 6 3-4 to 5 1-2. Cor-
onado now has two legs on the chain-
pionship trophy. Malcolm Stevenson,
captain of the Coronado team and a
substitute player in the list interna-
tional matches between America, and
England, made four of the seven goals
secured by his side.
N. A. C. to Conduet Farmers' Course
Attempts toward the solution of
farm business will be offered to the
Michigan farmer this summer by M.
A. C. As a result of requests fromr
farmers of the state, the college will
give a special course dealing with the
business side of 'conducting the farm.
A number of experts have beesn se-
cured to lecture.

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